By Mike Savino
BLOOMFIELD, CT (WFSB) — Nonprofit service providers are facing new challenges because of the coronavirus. Social distancing limits how they can meet with clients who need help with substance abuse, mental health issues and other needs.
While they’re getting creative in how they provide services, they are still worried they can’t reach all their clients, and of course, they also have concerns about their already tight budgets.
“We’re seeing less of our clients obviously coming to our businesses, but we want to make sure that we’re helping as much as we can,” said Kristie Scott, CEO of Perceptions Programs.